Definition of pass on in English:

pass on

euphemistic Die: his wife passed on twelve years ago
More example sentences
  • The loan plus the interest is then repaid when you move house or pass on.
  • To be buried in the back garden alongside the numerous family pets who had passed on to a better place, leaving their mortal remains to push up the pelargoniums.
  • Last week there were hopes that Pake would recover from his illness, but since then he has passed on to his eternal reward.
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